Existance of TAF adds value to the WASH sector

Members of the National Sanitation Working Group (NSWG)  have appreciated the value being added by the Technology Assessment Framework (TAF) to ensure sustainable use of  sanitation technologies. Members mentioned that the gaps uncovered by the TAF  on some of the sanitation technologies were relevant for further consultation on scaling these technologies especially the UDDT. A representative from GIZ Uganda informed the group that even though the TAF findings rated the UDDT as failed, in some parts of the country its rated as successful hence the reasons for its failure can also be addressed to make it successful. The NSWG meeting was held at Kampala City Council Authority head office on 13th August 2013 with the theme “Reviewing the definition of sanitation in Uganda”



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